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The Innova R Pro Pig has been reclassified to a midrange! This overstable disc has a thumbtrac and is one of the most reliable approach discs you can throw. It's a great forehand or sidearm choice and it's throwable by folks of any skill level. Backhand it's an excellent choice to fight the wind or get to the ground on your approach shots as well. It's not a far flier, but it's one of the more accurate discs in the sport.
The flight path of the Pig is straight for a moment and then it's going to start to hyzer and fade quickly. This is one of those discs that only goes as far as you throw it. With no glide and no turn, it's going to dump when it slows down. This makes it ideal for shots inside 150 feet where you want something to get close to the basket. This disc can be thrown by anyone but is generally thought of for the advanced skilled player or professional who wants something to nail their approach shots with.
R Pro plastic is a tacky blend from Innova that's got a lot of grip for you. It's not the most durable, but Pigs aren't being thrown as hard as your drivers, so this should still last you a long time. It doesn't have much swirl, and it's not a flashy plastic, but it consistently gets the job done.
The Pig is an over stable mid range that you'll love. It's beadless, and can be used for driving off the tees on short par 3's or when you need to hit your landing zones. This is definitely something that will help you lower your scores if you need a short range accurate disc that will never fly too far. Snag one of these, get your fingers in the rim, and get more birdies today!